Reprogramming a keyless entry Trilogy lock is as easy as programming it, because it is the same process. You might choose to reprogram your keyless entry after you have given your program code to a friend or neighbor to walk your dog while you were out of town or if you forget your current code. It is also necessary to reprogram your lock after it is installed since all Trilogy locks are manufactured with the same master lock code. Anyone who has the same lock knows the master code unless you reprogram it. Whatever your reason for reprogramming, the process takes only a few minutes and it is not overly complicated.
Approach your alarm panel and enter the master code, which is "1", "2", "3", "4, "5". If you have already reprogrammed your master code and are reprogramming your code for a different reason, you need to enter the master code you selected when you first installed your alarm.
Listen for the beep after you input the master code. Within five seconds of hearing the beep you need to enter the master program address, which also comes with your lock when you purchase it. The master program address is "AL", "1", "AL".
Press the keys for your new master code within five seconds of entering the master program address. Make the code any five digits you can remember, without making them obvious and easy for thieves to figure out.
Push "AL" and enter the new master code one more time to validate it. From here you should hear six beeps and the lock should relock itself. Test your master code to make sure the process worked correctly.
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